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Oliphants at Camp Hunter, Calhoun, TN 1838
Posted by: Teresa Harris (ID *****0351) Date: November 11, 2006 at 20:24:13
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Can anyone tell me more about the soldiers (or where I can find a listing)who were mustered in at Calhoun, TN in May of 1838. Two brothers, Felix Earnest and Samuel R. Oliphant both served in the Seminole Wars from at least 1838. Desperately seeking more inforamtion on how to track these two men, they did survive the war. They were said to have served under Captain Samuel Feezeli.

Thanks,
Teresa


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